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Karen Heymann

Department of Crop and Soil Sciences

Cornell University

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Cornell University

615 Willow Avenue

Ithaca, New York,14850

United States

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Located in Ithaca, NY, Cornell University is a private institution that was founded in 1865. Today, it consists of 14 different schools that operate under the umbrella of the university. Cornell ranks 15 on the list of best national universities, 16 on the lis...more

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Karen Heymann, Cornell University
Black carbon (such as charcoal and ash) makes up a significant portion of the terrestrial carbon pool. Defining the characteristics of black carbon is important to understanding the roles different types of black carbon play in controlling the fate of pollutants, nutrients and even the composition and quality of soil. Note: Heymann is a collaborator with Johannes Lehmann, featured on the May 31 broadcast of CBC Radio One's Quirks & Quarks.


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